“Evangelicalism’s biggest problem with regards to those outside evangelicalism isn’t our image, it’s our beliefs.” – Jake Meador
It’s still beautiful. The crack of the bat & the soaring of the baseball through the night air of an American summer’s eve. Yet, these baseball months have been rendered a bit more emotionally challenging in the Upper Midwest with the Minnesota Twins’ 2014 performance.
Longtime GooseRadio friend Caveman Dave steps in to console me. Continue reading Commiserating on a Tough Twins’ Summer
Recently, after encountering some really bizarre interactions in Walmart & an apartment parking lot, Brink & myself realized we had been given a gift. We discovered that we were able to take the strange, seemingly inexplicable moments in life, and express and explain the deeper meanings behind them. We were able to interpret weird life happenings. Continue reading Steering with One’s Feet & Getting Along with Your Co-Workers
What with the VA Scandal and the most bizarre prisoner swap story in recent memory, a lot of things have been competing for our newsie attention. But we didn’t want to allow too much time to pass since Jay Carney’s announcement that he was leaving his post as White House spin doctor last week. Brink & myself wanted to say a proper farewell. Continue reading Goodbye Jay
Old Eddie Moscow, after spending some quality time in the Russian heartlands, emerged this week to chat with venerable NBC anchor Brian Williams.
He wanted people to know that he meant well, and really was quite the patriot looking out for all of us by giving all that sensitive information to the Red Chinese and basically Red, basically Soviets. Also — he would like us to know that he was really sort of a James-Bond-esque spy character who didn’t just hang out with computers. Continue reading Catching up with Eddie Moscow
How can one even begin to describe the glory of the recent National Spelling Bee? The hopes… the dreams… the unceasingly monotone voice of the guy reading the awe inspiring words? Wow!
Brink & myself celebrate these wonders. What’s up with that tie? Is it really a sport? How are hot dogs involved? What was the deal with that kid who declared he knew the correct spelling and then didn’t?! Continue reading How Can It Bee?
The blessed return of sunshine means that – in the formerly frigid climes – we may now seek transport in vehicles that don’t heat us while they mobilize us. This means that many of you are mounting up on your bikes and traversing the roadways & byways.
Brink Brickly being an avid bicyclist himself (though it’s a complex relationship as you’ll soon discover), we discuss the various life scenarios which have led us to the bicycle – which for Brink is a tale that involves large piles of dirt, Texas, and wanting to be like his brothers. Continue reading The Trove of Emotions Behind Summer Bicycling
Your Facebook newsfeed has been ransacked by it. In a flash of words, it’s become the hot button topic on the radio and in the lunch room workplace. It is the viral blog post.
How can an aspiring blogger be certain to compose such a feat? How can you drive the conversation of the world for a day? Continue reading 3 Angsty, Foolproof Ways to Write a Viral Blog Post
Recently a stranger in a parking lot called me ‘George’ & congratulated me on wearing a nice suit. Neither of those things being true, i was confused.
Meanwhile, Brink had an odd experience of late that involved koolaid & Walmart. He was left wondering what meaning he could draw from that strange event. Continue reading GooseRadio Interprets Weird Life Happenings Part 1
Perhaps the buzz has reached your ears. The mammoth creature Godzilla is back in theaters once again. Only this time… with a twist worthy of M Night Shyamalan.
I have taken my fowl self to the cineplex & viewed this film for you, and offer my humble takeaways from Godzilla in an effort to guide your movie selections toward a more perfect union of Entertainment, Information & General Sense of Well Being. Continue reading Goose & Godzilla